10th December 05:29
Top two American uros (immunosuppression prostate)
This post is very interesting, since Alexander is high on my list of
an out-of-town specialist to check out - or with whom to have myself
Dr. Alexander has said that theories about bacterial and non-bacterial
etiology of prostatitis do not necessarily cancel each other out. And
impressive to me, he lists immunology as one of his areas of research,
implying as below that he is interested in what Dimitrakov and other
fine doctors from Europe are doing in their research. The hint that
Alexander eliminates antibiotics from his protocol completely seems to
be in denial that he is interested in prostatitis from the perspective
of any infectious/bacterial etiology whatsoever. The mention of
Flomax impresses me little, compared to for instance my experience so
far with Elavil (which has kept me away from antibiotics for 10 weeks
now), or even Hytrin. My experience with Elavil so far also implies
that the problem I have may not necessarily be starting in the
prostate itself, as somewhere possibly nearby instead, and only God
knows at this point, how correctible whatever problem that is may be.
Anyone have any clue what EMPIRRC means? I have run across this
acronym or expression before, but do not remember from where.
On a purely practical level, hwo easy is it to get in to see Dr.
Alexander? How long must one be off antibiotics before he will see a
patient, and do all the desirable work-up, evaluation, etc.? Dr.
Alexander seems to work in an office with ten or so other urologists,
which implies that any waiting period may be long.
Is any of the group at Northwestern (one or more with whom Dimitrakov
has had some correspondence) as much or near as much on the cutting
edge in research as doctors at U Maryland/Johns Hopkins, Dr Alexander
particularly in mind?
The name Anthony Scheaffer comes to mind. By cutting-edge, I refer to
mention of trials with immunosuppression and other related research to
Lots of food for thought here, for sure. Thanks for all replies, in
advance, again excusing NSMG from replying at all.
10th December 05:29
Top two American uros
Mt Sinai Hospital in Toronto has a new clinic called the "Murray Koffler
Urologic Wellness Centre" that will take (upon patient's family physician or
patients who suffer from prostatitis or chronic pelvic pain. The clinic is
fortunate enough to have several of the most prominent urologists in Toronto
and best of all, for Canadians (courtesy of our socialized medial system),
cost to the patient is $0